INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Colts defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois is spending championship week as the team's locker room lead entertainer.
On Thursday, he grabbed a microphone and started interviewing inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman. On Friday, he delivered a pair of new sneakers to outside linebacker Erik Walden. The rest of the week, well, his deep voice and unmistakable laugh have...
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11 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois never bought the notion Indianapolis couldn't contend for a Super Bowl this season.
He had too much faith in his teammates and coaches to accept that perception.
Now, one day after a surprising 24-13 divisional-round win at Denver, the most unlikely entrant of championship weekend finds itself with a seemingly unlikely Super...
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15 days ago
It's hard being a big man. For years, Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois tried to collect sneakers, but could never find the shoes he wanted in a size 14.
December 05, 2014
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The defensive end position is definitely a position that is growing on the Colts team. Cory Redding had to step up last year and now he is a front runner for the starting job. Ricky Jean Francois will most likely have the other spot.
Yes, I know it is way too early to think about, but why not? Let’s fast forward to the fall of 2014 and predict who will be starting for the Indianapolis Colts.
There are a lot of unknowns and rookies that will be coming in to fill some of the positions. But I can pretty accurately depict what the depth chart will look like.
Let’s get to it:
QB: Andrew Luck
The Colts have put starting defensive linemen Ricky Jean Francois and Cory Redding and starting offensive lineman Mike McGlynn on the inactive list for Sunday's game against Jacksonville (4-11).
McGlynn's absence means Indianapolis (10-5) will start its sixth offensive line combination in six weeks.
Indy's other inactives are safety Sergio Brown, cornerback Sheldon Price, linebacker...
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December 29, 2013
While it hasn't been pretty for the Indianapolis Colts this season, it has been "good enough." The Colts will look to push their record to 9-5 against the Houston Texans tomorrow afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Much like their opponent, the Colts have been decimated by injuries this season (14 players on injured reserve). All-Pro wide receiver Reggie Wayne...
Paul J. Everette, Flickr Creative Commons The Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals square off tomorrow afternoon at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Both teams have security within their division, with the Bengals having a three-game lead and the Colts maintaining a two-game lead. Both are considered viable threats in the fast-approaching NFL playoffs. For their Week...